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in japan and abroad. she travels to san francisco for a screening. college students in the united states created the english subtitles for the film. a professor at the school organized a demonstration walk. she's now using the film as a study material in his japanese class. the students were having difficulty understanding the feelings of the people in the film. in this scene, survivors talk about their reactions to bring up the subject of the earthquake to people outside of the region. >> reporter: the students understand the worlds, but the raw feelings are harder to grasp. she tries to explain. zplts people outside the area care about us a lot, but they don't know how to express their sympathy. we don't want to make them feel awkward, that's what stops us, the victims from talking about it. >> translator: i was surprised that the victim can talk about the disaster. >> reporter: it's the day of the screening. around 30 people have come to see the film. >> it was very different from other documentaries i have seen before about it, especially having the factual person who made it there t
banks in europe. this is a very late response to the crisis in the united states where we have seen what happens if banks are a threat to the system. it is a long procedure and germany has said maybe not all 6000 banks should be placed under it. those that are really important for the system -- we will see a banking union in the months to come. >> thank you. the commission cost plans for deeper fiscal integration and the german court ruling are steps berlin and brussels hope will and the financial 12 -- financial turmoil. >> the developments are being met with cautious optimism that europe might finally be getting on track to solving its financial problems. we talked to one analyst and they talked about with this decision means for them. >> their famous for all types of cutlery. plates are from all over the world, shipped to shops all over the european union. the court has kept german liabilities at 190 billion euros. this this this man says it's a great deal of money, but he still believes the esm is the right course to take. >> naturally, it's a question of solidarity in special cases.
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